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Register for Own the Night at the Plymouth Public Library
Teens are invited to participate in the 2012 Summer Reading Adventure, Own the Night, at the Plymouth Public Library and the Manomet Branch Library. Registration for
the program begins Saturday, June 23, at the Summer Solstice Book Sale and Family Fun Day starting at 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.
If you are unable to come that day, you can register any time the Plymouth Public Library and Manomet Branch Library are open. Once you register, you can begin tracking the number of pages you read throughout the summer reading program, which ends August 18. You will receive raffle tickets based on the amount of pages you finish and will be eligible to win some great prizes in the end of the summer raffle. In addition, fun bonus activities and programs will be available to help you earn more raffle tickets. 2pmParticipation is free!
For more information on the teen summer reading program, contact the Manomet Branch Librarian at (508) 830-4185, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the library’s web site, www.plymouthpubliclibrary.org, for a complete list of events. Own the Night is sponsored by the Plymouth Public Library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and the Boston Bruins. The library is fully accessible; please let us know if you need special accommodations to attend.
More About Plymouth Public Library Main Branch
The Plymouth Public Library's Main Branch is located on South Street just around the corner from Plymouth North High School. The library features two main floors with fiction and non-fiction sections, a children's room, a large reference department, several computer desks and quiet areas with cozy chairs where members can read. The Main Branch also features a large history and genealogy collection with more than 1,200 items relating to Mayflower descendants as well as later waves of immigrants. Plymouth Public Library is a member of the Old Colony Library Network and has access to books and other media from libraries throughout the South Shore, and public libraries throughout Massachusetts.